If you are a fan of Michael Jackson, you might be interested in a rare opportunity to own a piece of his iconic style. A black fedora hat that the King of Pop wore during his famous moonwalk performance at the Motown 25th anniversary special in 1983 is going up for auction in Paris on June 26th.

The fedora is one of the most recognizable accessories of Michael Jackson, who often wore it on stage and in music videos. It was also part of his signature moonwalk dance move, which he debuted at the Motown 25th show to the astonishment of millions of viewers. The hat has his name written on the inside and comes with a letter of authenticity from his former manager.

The auction house, Artcurial, estimates that the fedora could fetch between 10,000 and 20,000 euros ($11,800 and $23,600). It is part of a collection of more than 100 items related to music legends such as Elvis Presley, Madonna, The Beatles and Prince. The auction will also feature a red leather jacket worn by Jackson in the “Beat It” video and a pair of sunglasses worn by John Lennon.

The fedora is not only a symbol of Michael Jackson’s musical legacy, but also a testament to his cultural impact and influence. He was one of the most successful and influential artists of all time, with over 350 million records sold worldwide and 13 Grammy awards. He was also a humanitarian who supported various causes and charities.

If you want to bid on this rare and historic item, you can visit the Artcurial website or attend the auction in person at their Paris headquarters. You might have a chance to own a piece of history and pay tribute to one of the greatest entertainers of all time.

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